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WARSAW, October 17 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Ambassador in Poland Alexander Alekseyev was summoned in the Polish Foreign Ministry over the posting of the photos of the victims in the airliner crash outside Smolensk on the Russian websites, a source in the Polish Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.
The Polish Foreign Ministry voiced “indignation over the posting of the photos, which Russian employees had made.”
“Poland urges Russia to take necessary measures, launch an immediate investigation and punish those guilty for the information leaking,” the source said.
Poland also hopes for the cooperation between the Russian law enforcement agencies and the Polish Internal Security Agency.
The Polish agency noted that it is grateful to the Russian authorities for the blocking of several portals, where the photos were posted.